Meet the MLH Top 50 Class of 2021!

In the last year, Major League Hacking (MLH) has reached more hackers than ever before through digital events, impacting over 135,000 hackers worldwide. During a time where we were all told to isolate, we came together in the one way we knew how: through technology. With a community so full of talent and drive, we are constantly inspired by the work and events created. We launched the MLH Top 50 to highlight a few of the most inspiring stories from the last year with the hope they’ll inspire you too. Read more →

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Arjun Subramonian
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Arjun Subramonian, 21

Arjun Subramonian is a non-binary hacker and organizer who has helped to make their local tech community more inclusive for the LGBTQ+ community. They have helped to organize QWER Hacks, Queer in AI, and more.

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Who are these hackers?

These hackers are people who have stood out from the crowd and done something exceptional within the hacker community. Whether they were creating an event to bring CS education to their area, working to make the tech world more inclusive, or programming a project with a positive impact on society, they have all inspired us. Many of these hackers made a real impact during the COVID-19 pandemic in order to help support their local tech communities. Like you, they are students or recent graduates who are using their knowledge to make the world a better place.